Express. nanca H. Y. K1RKPATRICK, Editor - and - Proprietor JjI'banon needs a bunk and needs it badl v. . .. Tub fruit crop is very promising tins yeitr. This nut look for a largo crop vas never betto in the Willamette vulii'v. Tins president has issued a proc luraation forbidding the shipment of arms to Cuba. The steamer St. Louis made her first trip across the Atlantic in six days and seventeen hours. STATE AND COAST. Taken From Our Exchanges Through out the Northwest. , i ; On the ranches on Choqpwetb oreeK the hay crop is boinglinrv ested, and there is a good yeild. Professor KenemaU, of Cdquille, bus 10,000 silk worrru that 1)e ex pects soon to be ready for business. Fourteen wagons with home seekers from Utah have come into Lane county, by the Mackenzie road. Kerr & Buckley refused an offer of ten cents a pound at The Dalles, Saturday, for their wool clip of 90; 000 pounds. Mr 8. Sarah P. Hunt died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Hong, in North Yamhill, June 8 1895, at the age of 83. David Zwoifol, who. lives near Suuimerville, died last Saturday from the effects of a dose of strych nine self administerted. Henry Parr was tound guilty of assault with ' a dangerous weapon, in the circuit court in Pendleton last week. Yamhill has 6904 persons of school age, and the county school superintendent has $10,188 to divide among the ochool districts, 1 lie little town ot Adams came near baving a tar and leather episode last week. Three young men were notified to leave the town or take a coat of tar end feathers. They left. xt -inn t ii ! t ,,,,..-, - jseanv iu itiiieso inuorers IHPt.PL-wpIr la snmolhinff tfnn aval - ' - -m ,.w - . , T . ... . are bound to excert, whether you' . , , 6 ., tv, r ,;weeK, Dounusoutnto&anji runcisco Sei.ona Weber, another widow of Emil Weber, the gambler who wag shot in Portland in 1889, has appeared on the scene, and sues to recover the whole estate. Over $50,000 worth of ranch property near Pendleton, Oregon, has been destroyed by incendia ries.' One warehouse, containing 240,000 pounds of wool, will be a total loss. The citizens of Harney county complain that Indians from the Umatilla reservation come into their country and kill deer in huge numbers for their pelts, leaving the meat to waste. LEBANON PRODUCE MARKET. lul-.aiiKort livery Wt-t'k.l Wlieiit 44e. Oate 20o Hay $6 to W perton. , Flour fO 60t5. per mink. V Chop $() 76 per owt. ill-tin 70c per owl. Middlings 0 70 per owt. Potatoes 2oo. Apples Deled, flc por 11- - Pluins Dried, 5c. Onions 2u. Reef Dressed, 4Je, Veal SJ4c. Pork Dressed, 4. Lard 10. Hams 10 per lb. Shoulders So. Hides lOo por lb. Geese fj $6 per doz. Ducks $2 (ff, $3 por doz. Cliiokens $2 008 01). '- Turkeys 8c por lb. Eggs 8e lerdoz. Butter 8 lOeper lb. Hides Green, lot dry, 2c. will or not; and it ib either for good or evil. Even the wooden Indian on the street constantly shows the way to the cigar store. Reports are that deer skinners from.Chetco are at work on the north side of Rogue river, some distance up, and are slaughtering deer hr.theirliides. . The animals are very plentiful along the Rogue river. I never heard man or woman much abused that I was not in clined to think the better of them, and transfer the suspicion or dis like to the one who found pleasure in pointing out the defects of an other. Jane Porter. Recent history of some editors in this state who believe in gold standard. only, shows that these ovur-zeulous civilians can become very insulting indeed to those in the same party who differ from them in an opinion on the money question. It is a rule or ruin mot to with them. A lemon tree in the Sweetwater valley, San Diego county, has just yielded thirty-one and a half boxes of marketable lemons. At $3 per box this yield would represent $94.50 for a siugle tree, and eighty trees to the acre at this rate would produce $7560. Lemon growing has superb possibilities. Los An geles Times. Neither law nor justice upholds the practice of decoying people into orime in order to punish them for committing it. Judge Bellinger has cendemed it, Judge Stephens lias censured it, and the American spirit of fair play never sanctioned it. In their battle with the drug gists the local liquor-dealers should have hesitated to employ an unpop ular weapon, for if any business is at the mercy of popular sentiment it is the saloon business. Ex. UF.all the coal mines in the world from the beginn ing of this century to tbjs present time Great Britain has produced one half. In 1891 she mined thirty-six per cent oi the world's product, vthile the United States produces thirty-three per cent. The United States is in creasing its output of coal at the late often per cent per annum, while the increase in Great Britain is less than two per cent. The cost of coa! is increasing iu Great Brit ain and decreasing in the United States.. England exports thirty one per cent of her total product of coal, while the United States ex ports lest than one per oeut.Lon tlon Tit-Blti, from Portland. They were travel ing in small parties on foot to save railroad fare, and seemed to be en joying the trip.- Father Van Gorp, the su2erior in charge of the Jesuit Indian missions in the Rocky-mountain district, has arrived at the Umitilla reserva tion mission. He was driven to the school which he will pay an official visit. John Brown pleaded guilty, in the cireuit in Eugene, Wednesday of last week, of assault with the in tent totrmmit rape upon two little girls near Eugene. Robert M. Stevens also pleaded guilty to the charge of having burglarized A. V. Peters' house. Keeney & Boomer, the stage men purchased seventeen bead of horBes in Grand Ronde, and started' the band for Idaho on Sunday. The horses are to be used on the line between Boise City and Idaho City. The gentlemen paid an average of $48 per head. - W. M. Kistner, a farmer living a few mileB from Rainier, will spend the coming Fourth with his mother, who will celebrate her 103d anni versary in August resides at Highland Prairie, Wash., and, considering her age, is hale and hearty. Her husband died some years ago at the advanced age of 118. Last Tuesday the residence of James Wilson, near North Powder, was burned to the ground. The hired giri had a dish of hot grease on the Btove. The grease took fire, the flames soon reached the wood work, and those present were un able to extinguish them. . . While driving from Elgin to La Grande, Mrs. John Lewis was thrown from her wagon on a bridge near the Iona school house, and was run over. One of her armsi was broken, and she was b.'dly in jured about the head and face. The accident is said to have been due entirely to the bad condition of the bridge, and that an action for dam ages against the county will be brought. . While the four-horse slae from Uranite to linker uity was coming down Granite mountain, Wednes day, with ton passenger on bonrd, the brake gaye away, and the horses took fright and ran, The stage was thrown over the grade, but fortunately struck agaiuct two pine trees', preventing it from go ing still further down the mount ain. The passengers wero scattoied in every direction, but no one was seriously injured. L How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any ease of Cutitrrlr tout cannon bo cored by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F.J. CHENEY & tU.Tolrdo, O. We, the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 jenri, anil believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their lirm. Wss-r & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. V albino, Kinnak Maknin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's t.'atarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sutfaces of the system. Testimonials sent iree. l'nce 7ile. per bottle. F. J. CHENEY CO,, Toledo, O. UF-feul'l by druggists, 75c. Notice lor 1'iiMieutioii United Status Land Okkici, . Orkoon', City, Orehon, ' June 1, tMK. Notice is hereby given that in compli ance with the provisions of the act of Con gress of June 3, 1S78, ontilled "An act for the sale of timber kinds, in the suites of Cal ifornia. Oregon, Nevada ami Washington, Territory," as extended to all the Public Laud Slates by act of August i, 1892, Au gusta Ileuuess, of Oregon City, county of Clackamas, State of Oregon, has this day filed in Ibis office her sworn, statement No. 2857, for the purchase of tiies of n w , n e K of s w X and s w yA of n e K of Sec tion No. 22 in township No. 10 south, range No. 6 east, and will offer proof to show that the laud sought is more valuable tor its timber or stone than for agricultural purimses, and to establish :ier claim to said laud before the register and receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Monday, the 28th day of August, 186. - Hoc names us witnesses: J T. TTt;rry of Berry, Oregon, Win T Whitloek of Berry, Oregon, Hobert t'orrej, of Kerry, Oregon, George Mayburn of Berry, Oregon. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lauds are requested 'to file their claims in this office on or before said 26thdayofAtixu.it, nan. lioiiBRT A. Mim,i:ii, lltgiater. Administrator's Sale of Real Property. Notice is hereby given Hint by virtue of an ortier of the County Court of Linn coun ty, Oregon, made on Monday thcHrddnv of June IR95. I Kill sell at public auction. to the highest bidder, on the promises two miles southeast 01'l.ebimim, in Linn count v Oregon, on Saturday, the 13th day of July 1895. at the hour of one o'clock p. in., of said (Inv. tlip fnllnu-inc il,,MfriWil iy.-i! i,vh. This aged lady pcrty of the estate of A, V. liurotitto, de ceased, towit: l.ols numbered oncantl two In lection twenty-four. Also the following described tract of land towit: Ik-ginning at a point twenty-lbrce rods north of the S. W. corner of the 8. K. quarter of section thirteen, thence south twcnty-lbrce rods , thence east eighty rods, llicnce north one rod, thence westerly to the place of begin ning. All being tituatetl in Tp, No, twelve, south of llange No two west of the Willam ette meridian in f.inn bounty, Oregon, anil containing twenty-six acres more or less. Terms of sale one half cash and one half payable in one year Iron, date of sale with interest at the rate of eight per cent par un num. Pmt Itmxa, W. M. Brows, Administrator. Attorney for Admir. Oregon Central& EasternR.R. Co. YAQUISA BAY ROUTE,-,' Connect at Yiujulna Hay with the Han Kmncisoo Mid Yaquilia Buy Steam hti Commliy ' Steamship "Farallon" A 1 mid llri.ttiluHii In every respqot. Sails fnmi Yaitiitiu for San Francisco about every 8 du,y. , l'mM'tiRcr aceoMiinoilntions unsur passed. Shortest route between the Willamette Valley and California. Faro from Allniny or points west to Bun Francisco; Cabin,..,. .,, , '..;.!fl2 00 Steerage,.,., 8 00 Cabin.rouudtimOOds, 18 00 Forsniliiii; dnysnpply to ' II. h. Waldkn, Agent, Euwi.v Stonu, Ma'ger., Albany, Corvallia, Oregon. Oregon. CitAS. Clark, Bupt., Corvallis, Orugon, Lebanon Meat Market, Ed Kcllenberger, Propr. Fresh & Salted Beef Pork, Mutton, Sausage Bo logna, and Ham , Haf Bacon and Lard Always on Hand Main Klreet, Lebanon, Or. iloj'a for iiio Jaded nud Good Health lor r :: uuifcind. lOT'S VEGETABLE EAfitAPAHIUA. BAKER! Prices way down. faittnde from h-.ra. and cimums no mineral dntpa or o:i. loy'i bar.;;ipiinlln rob tue b;owl of nil lis impuri ties, tiud ciur fill tudt: iinpmi- . f oj s(rciai)ie riarsapartlla Jirovents tired feol inft, staggering en- t. J snlions, palpitation t ot Heart, rush of u Ihroiiih -3 nature soun f '-'it protierciion - -9 nels. lov'i VcjTCiH 1:10 Bnrsapartlla ,r a p c p 1 1 a , JHJ thronlc Lonstipn lion. Liver jiii-'iN nun is.ifiticv r , I i !i T blood to the heail, diainess-rinsinir in m ears, spots bolorethe eves. heiuliicliA. hi - ,. j iousncss,consti)ation , wjneiB, uuins in i the back,tnelunclioly, i, ji oi Dowels, oams In ?iW-4 tongue coated, foul breath, piinnlea on trst : 4 face, body and limb. decliiioofnerve force 'i du'.y spoils, faint '( , apella, cold, clammy A hot and hands, sour , risings, fatigue, in j -rif) somnm-and all dis v c sesofthestomach, , , luirand kidneys. J Juy. VfgetnWe Bar fIi "J f-ipuiiliftia Hold by alt " dn 1.,,U(. He fine a b tltnte. wiicn you .,. p.yi'iirthcljL-stMiethat yw: net tae best- 'vJ 'A People who make the best of tilings kt M tHt Wtw Will atu nut nit Inp-i W. E. CHANDLER, 1) itior Ii Stoves Tin and Plumbing Goods. TINNER and PLUMBER. Reparing and all kind of Jod work done nt hard time prices. , LE15AN0N, - . OSEOON. 83 vik n j2j ,r?" yTf 1 1. GIVES R E L I B F. 1 Albany F rata Co. (LN'CORl'OILATJiD) ' BALTIMORE BLOCK, Albany, Oregon. Furniture, Carpots, Linolouins, matting, otc. Pictures and Pifture molding. " Undertaking a Sj)ecialty. KiEj of Bicycles. HfHtHmMWimHlTmHWHftfUWlHtH I have a LARGE STOCK of BRICK, for mil.t nt. mv Yard, in the Kuburbs of Jvebanon. J-or Sulo at T-tsniinKU xtates. All kind oi maBon s woik done with nuninoau d"Pate1'- D. W. HARDEN. and LIGHT, 5TR0NO, VSK MATERIAL. speedy, HANDsonE. AsMt 4yk 9'ENTIF' ORKMANSHH! ' Fonr Models-185 and tlOO. EVERY MACHINE FULLY GUARANTEED. 8END g-CENI STAP FOR CATALOGUE IVIomarch Cycle Co. Factory and Main Qlci Lnlta and Hulsted Sts CHICAOO, ILLi HMNWlili-NmVrk.lu Prao.lios, Silt Uk city, uvw, Msmtils,Bltratt,lWaiitw'